Ring of Destiny invites its readers to open their minds to go beyond stereo-typical thinking and to explore the possibilities that time does not exist, that there is a physiological reason for memories from previous generations, and that visits from extraterrestrials may account for much of what is assumed under traditional religious beliefs. Ring of Destiny portrays the life of a psychologist who has dared to think “out of the box,” and who has come upon theories that suggest a “new world is in the making.” Unscrupulous CIA agents realize the political significance of the psychologist’s theories and the ancient artifact he and his partner in this adventure, Monica Strove, have discovered. The mystery and intrigue that unfold will take the reader on an exciting journey. The story weaves in and out of time periods, holding the reader’s interest throughout. The book also communicates historical facts about Napoleon and the political and social conditions in France, during the Napoleonic period. Ring of Destiny will provide the reader with the intrigue of a mystery novel, insights into psychological thinking, Carl Jung’s theory of the collective unconscious, the internal struggles of a psychologist immersed in the pain of his patients, the debate of reincarnation versus the collective unconscious, and knowledge about the Napoleonic period.
Raffaello Sanzio (or Santi, Raphael ) was one of the greatest artists of the High Renaissance in Italy. He was admired personality, celebrated, prosperous, and honored, and his influence was broadly extend even during his own life. Together with Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, he forms the traditional trinity of great masters of…
The build-up of intrigue continuously leaves the reader wanting to know, “what comes next,” turning it into a genuine page turner.